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who are on death row it is stunning in the evil that we are looking at. >> reporter: steve, the district attorney for san moteo. >> there needs to be a difference between people who commit more evil murders than others. >> reporter: statistics show the punishment that is meant for the worst of the worst is not carried out. california has more than 700 inmates on death row, only 13 have been put to death since capitol punishment was written into the constitution in 1972. >> that means california death penalty is a false promise for victims, 99% of the time we have lied to victims when we said we were going to carry out an execution and dragged them through decades of appeals. >> reporter: costly appeals. some say the state could save $130 million each year with prop 34 but, the factors gumming up the system that puts a stop to all executions since 2006 can be overcome. >> i do believe that if there is the political will, if our leaders will step up and do the right thing and work with everybody on all sides and say let's -- here is what can be done to make things better. t
. meningitis spreads to a seventh state. dr. jon lapook looks at what went wrong. and steve hartman "on the road" in search of a pumped-up pumpkin. >> we have a monster pumpkin coming. captioning sponsored by cbs captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, the dfeadful string is broken. for the first time in 44 months the unemployment rate has fallen falow 8%. the latest jobs numbers from the babor department were surprisingly strong. .hey show the unemployment rate was 7.8% in september. that is down three tenths of a point from august. the economy created 114,000 jobs and the labor department revised upward the job creation numbers for the previous two months. it now says 181,000 jobs were created in july and 142,000 in august. a total of 86,000 more than first reported. we asked anthony mason to tell us what's behind these improved numbers. >> reporter: in circle pines, minnesota, where delkor systems makes food package magazines, c.e.o. dale anderson has hired 40 people this year and now has 160 employees. >> i think the eco
on the company's website the black and white tribute to steve jobs. >> hi, i'm meteorologist lawrence karnow in the cbs 5 weather center. it's friday the clouds are starting to flow back into our skies what does it mean for the weekend? we'll talk about that coming up. ,, hi, i'm amy for downy unstopables in-wash scent boosters, here with my favorite new intern, jimmy. mmm! fresh! and it's been in the closet for 12 weeks! unbelievable! unstopables! i'll show you how! ♪ just shake them into the washer i can't believe this lasts 12 weeks! neither can they. so you're going on tour to prove it. downy unstopables. follow jimmy's unstopables tour for free samples on downy.com. follow jimmy's unstopables tour for free samples new pink lemonade 5-hour energy? 5-hour energy supports the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. so i can get the energized feeling i need and support a great cause? i'm sold. pink lemonade 5-hour energy? yeah and a portion of every sale goes to the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. i'm sold. new pink lemonade 5-hour energy. get the alert, energize
this morning but played with steve stricker in afternoon, a loss to sergio garcia the west up 10-6 they need format more points to win. when we comeback checked in on the spartans of san jose state and packed two of action for you cow tries to,,,,,,,,,,,,,, -those other store cards... -...preferred shopper... ...club...things... ...kept sending me coupons for cat food. i'm just not a coupon clipper. i buy what i want to buy. can i get a reward for that? [ frank ] introducing something extra from raley's, bel air, and nob hill. you get something extra rewards... ...for the way i shop... for buying the things i like. instant offers, points balance, right here on my smart phone. [ frank ] join today at raley's dotcom, or at your store. ...it rewards you... for being you. [ frank ] raley's, bel air, and nob hill. for food, for family, and now, something extra -- for you. >>> jeff tedford's on hot seat at the bears continue struggles cal host a as you. a 24 yd td. the game is tied at 7. jump to the fourth quarter cal down 10. he came down with the ball rolled in complete his back foot looks like
in the evil we are looking at. >> reporter: steve is the district attorney for san mateo county. he is antiprop 34. >> there needs to be, in our society, some difference between people who commit more evil murders than others. >> reporter: but, statistics show that the punishment meant for the worst of the worst is not carried out. while california has more than 700 inmates on death row, only 13 have actually been put to death since capitol punishment was written in the constitution in 1972. >> that means the death penalty is a false promis for victims. 99% of the time we have lied to victims when we said we were going to carry out an execution. all we have done is drag them through decades of appeal. >> reporter: costly appeals. some say the state could save $130 million each year with prop 34. but, he says that the factors gumming up the system that puts a stop to all executions since 2006 can be overcome. >> i do believe that if there is the political will, if our leaders will step up and do the right thing and work with everybody on all sides and say let's -- here is what will
where steve steele heads up operations employs 120 full-time u.s. workers. but steele says it's the part- time seasonal mexican labor force that keeps the engines humming. what would happen if you couldn't get those mexican workers? >> worst case? we'd go out of business. best case? we'd probably shrink by half to two-thirds. >> reporter: a federal guest worker program allows him to bring in some 85 seasonal workers to take jobs paying $9.20 an hour. jobs he says most colorado job seekers just don't apply for. steele wants a president who will allow those programs but crack down on businesses that hire undocumented workers. the health of his company rides on immigration policy. given that need, how do you figure out who to vote for? >> it's a difficult question. i saw a poll that said i think half of americans are not excited about either one of the candidates. i'll put myself in that category. >> reporter: it will be up to the two presidential candidates to convince undecided voters like steele in colorado and other swing states that they have immigration policies that will make the dif
caugiran, cbs 5. >>> thank you. up next, one year without steve jobs of a special tribute today on the anniversary of the apple founder's death. >> a gay teen banned from the boy scouts' highest honor. how his mother's fight is getting national attention. >> and a little girl's tears of joy. how a stranger helped reunite her with her stolen puppy. a young american opened fire at a hotel in israel today... kill >>> time now 6:15. in your world, a young american opened fire at a hotel in israel today killing a chef before he was shot and killed by police. police in elat say the shooting appears to stem from a personal dispute. the gunman's name hasn't been released. police say antiterror units stormed the hotel and when the gunman fired at them from the hotel kitchen, officers fired back. >>> bodies of 18 children and an adult have been found after a landslide buried in an elementary school in southwest china. one person is still reported missing. the students were in class during a public holiday yesterday to make up for classes missed during
year since the death of silicon valley pioneer steve jobs. the cofounder of cupertino- based apple was 56 when he lost his battle with pancreatic cancer october 5, 2011. in his honor today, the flag will be flown at half-staff at the cupertino civic center. jobs made his final public appearance there at a city council meeting. >>> 4:38 now. contra costa county health officials will explain today why you should never handle bats and other wildlife. a 34-year-old contra costa man died of rabies two months ago while working overseas. they think he contracted the fatal disease in march when he came into contact with a bat in southern contra costa county. it is the county's first rabies death in nearly 20 years. >>> hundreds if not thousands of patients could be at risk for a rare meningitis infection. a tail end steroid drug is being blamed for an outlook of fungal meningitis in six states including right here in california. symptoms are headache, nausea, dizziness and fever but they are also linked to other medical conditions. >> that makes it different and perhaps some patients and c
the one-year anniversary of the death of steve jobs apple's co-founders. apple has had a record year. it is now the most valuable american company ever. apple ceo tim cook posted this letter on apple.com overnight paying tribute to jobs. he writes "our values originated from steve and his spirit will forever be the foundation of apple. we share the great privilege and responsibility of carrying his legacy into the future." >>> anderson cooper is striking back against star jones. she suggested that cooper reveals he's gay back in july in order to boost the ratings for his talk show. on thursday cooper accused jones of being a hypocrite. >> all of a sudden out of the blue, star jones said, after i sent this e-mail star jones said this was a ratings ploy by me to boost ratings. i seem to recall her hocking her wedding every single day for free products when she was on "the view." for her to suddenly emerge out of the shadows and attack me for this, i couldn't believe it. my mom was like who is star jones? >> "usa today" says cooper invited jones on his talk show. inst
to beat steve and win the rider cup for europe. it was ugly. an epic loss. it's only happened one other time in 1999. >>> they had a big lead. >> they were up 10-4. won the last two saturday. they kept clawing back . we're watching the raider game at your house and kept turning it to solve. >> all right. >> 5:56 now. next half hour, the hundreds of 911 calls over the weekend party. tell you all about that. >> plus bring your own or pay up. why today is considered d day for plastic bags in one bay area city. >> two people are lost off sea. i'll talk about what happened and the search efforts to find them. ,,,,,,,,[ bonnie ] i felt, with sensitive teeth, i had limits put on me. when i went to my dentist, he had said, "we do have a solution for sensitive teeth. you're going to have to change out your toothpaste." i like the way my old toothpaste felt. it made my teeth feel really clean, and i didn't want to not have that again. my dentist suggested that i switch to sensodyne. when i went to sensodyne it was as if i was still using my old toothpaste, but it has an added benefit, which will
on the tonight show with steve allen in 1954 >> go to better places and sing pop songs. do a different kind of act. a singing act ♪ there's love in the air >> osgood: he showed off his talent when charles comingwood came calling on the cbs broadcast person to person in 1960. ♪ l is for the way you look at me ♪ >> osgood: and starting in 1962, andy williams was singing on his own variety show on nbc. where he had plenty of big-name company along the way. everyone from count bassy to tony bennett. ♪ there is no other life >> reporter: bing crosby and judy garland. ray charles. ♪ tell your mama, going to send you back to arkansas ♪ >> reporter: for a show that had a somewhat stodgy image among the younger generation williams welcomed new acts including the beach boys and even a singer from england >> ladies and gentlemen, elton john ♪ it's a little bit funny >> reporter: speaking of fledgling performers. >> what is your name? sammy reporter: who can forget andy williams introducing the very young osmonds? not that there wasn't sadness along the way. a friend of senator robert ken
virtuoso. steve martin sent you a tweet. congratulations, chris thile for winning a macarthur. >> that's amazing. >> why the mandolin for you? >> when i was 2 years old, i saw a fellow playing a mandolin in a pizza place. it was small and high pitched and so was i. and i loved the rhythmic precision. it is a string instrument that has a lot of responsibility in a string band. >> listen. >> sell it. sell it. >> yeah. yeah. will it change your life? >> yeah, i mean, it is sort of like someone cutting the leash around your ankle. it gives you an enormous amount of time and room. it is like finding an extra room in your apartment. i need that insurance. >> what will it do? >> it will give me the opportunity to say no a little bit more often. i can sit on my couch and play and think and write. >> congratulations. thank you for joining us. >>> this special teenager expects no special treatment. we will meet the one-legged soccer player who has gotten national attention. that is next on "cbs this morning." ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ♪ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> a massachusetts soccer player has scor
steve cells. >> you're the bad guy. >> absolutely i am. i'm a wolf in sheep's clothing. >> reporter: they got city approval to sub divide the two acres to build two new big house. >> it was he in never a secret. >> you were going to tear down a frank lloyd wright house. >> that was the intention. >> that's what ignited the controversy. when the partners got a demolition permit outraged preservationists got busy. they got a petition to stop the demolition and got the city planning commission to designate it as a historic landmark. >> never in my wildest dream would i have thought that someone would want to tear down a frank lloyd wright home. >> do you think they are being greedy? >> yes, do i. i think they are in it only for the money. >> reporter: they say they are businessmen needing to turn a profit. they can't restore the gem which they say would cost $2 million and they can't afford to have it >> this is not a get rich. this is a get out, get compensated, and move on with my simple, quiet life and john's simple, quiet life. >> they've agreed to take no action for the next 24 da
. here's steve hartman. >> that's history reporter: history it's actually history reporter: pumpkin history. for david in and pumpkin growers across the globe, this is the year they've all been waiting for, the year they would hopefully get to see a pumpkin that makes these look like pom granite seeds, that dwarfs even the 1500-pound giants you see at contests, a pumpkin so massive most growers thought the pound adjust wasn't possible >> it would basically implode. that the shell of the pumpkin the ribs inside wouldn't be strong enough to hold that weight >> reporter: like aerospace and the sound barrier, sports and its four-minute mile, the holy grail for giant pumpkin people has always been the one-ton pumpkin. for decades growers have been pursuing this in vein. >> 1500 pounds reporter: but a few months ago rumors started circulating that there were some giants growing in the backyard of this house in green rhode island even though the owner planted foliage to discourage looky-lous, people were trying to get a peak. the grower wanted to downplay expectations until at least one of
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